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BedRug For Jeep VS BedTred Jeep

Jan 21 2016

BedRug For Jeep VS BedTred Jeep

When you want the best liner for your Jeep’s interior, it comes down to BedRug for Jeep or BedTred Jeep. The only problem is choosing between the two. We’ve made it a little easier for you to decide by breaking down the differences between the two liners and listing them here for you.

What BedRug for Jeep and BedTred Jeep have in common:

  • Custom made to fit your Jeep as a direct replacement for your stock carpet.
  • Both come in 3-piece kits to fit your Jeep.
  • Made in the USA.
  • Waterproof and resistant to mold and mildew.
  • The material is thick and keeps your interior cooler and more quiet.
  • They are easy to install in under 30 minutes.
  • Attach with hook and loop fasteners, which are super easy to use.
  • Clean up is really easy – just hose them down and put them back in.
  • Remove the sections quickly and easily to hose them off.

What BedRug Liner for Jeep has that BedTred Jeep doesn’t:

  • It’s made of polypropylene so it’s super tough and durable.
  • It looks and feels like carpet, but the material has none of the disadvantages of carpet.

What the BedTred Jeep has that the BedRug Liner doesn’t:

  • It’s made from TPO composite, which means it’s non-skid and looks like a spray-in bed liner.
  • Feels like a thick, cushiony rubber mat.

And that’s about it. It basically comes down to deciding if you prefer the carpet look or the spray-in bed liner look. They are both made to replace your stock carpet and both offer kits for the cargo area as well. If you need any more help making your decision, please give us a call at 1-877-375-3915. 


 
 
 

Why You Need Bushwacker Flat Panel Flares on Your Jeep

Jul 14 2014

Jeep Flat Style Fender FlaresWhen it comes to installing wide, flat fender flares on your Jeep, you just can’t beat Bushwacker Flat Flares.

Yeah, there are a few other companies on the market who sell flat Jeep flares, but they just don’t offer everything Bushwacker flares do for your Jeep.

The Look of Bushwacker Flat Fender Flares

If you’re going just for looks you may not be worried about how well the flares hold up against being smashed, hit or rubbed against rocks and trees on the trail.

You won’t care that Bushwacker flat flares maintain their shape pretty well, even after being beaten up all day.

But you will care that the Bushwacker flat flares are made of extremely durable TPO plastic that matches your factory Jeep textured plastic trim parts.

Other aftermarket flares are smooth and don’t match up as well.

The fit and finish of Bushwacker flat flares gives them the same quality appearance as an OE part.

The plastic is made from Dura-Flex 2000 and it is 100% UV protected so they won’t fade even after years of intense sunlight.

How Well Are Bushwacker Jeep Flares Made?

Of course, if you are concerned about how your flares hold up out on the trail, Bushwacker delivers here too.

That TPO plastic doesn’t only look great, its super flexible so when you scrape the flares on boulders, trees or anything else, they pop back out with little or no damage.

And if you do manage to literally rip them off of your Jeep, which is extremely difficult to do in the first place, it’s probably just the holes where the bracket system is, not the main area of the fender.

Bushwacker flat flares have a tube design that helps along the edge of the flare to hold its shape. This makes the fender flares stronger. It also adds style.

Other flat flares don’t have this.

You’ll see other flat flares start to sag in the middle just a short time after installation. Some companies have added an extra bracket underneath their flares to keep them from sagging. But they still sag even with the support structure.

Bushwacker includes an inner support structure that eliminates sagging so you won’t ever worry. 

They just work like they’re supposed to.

Bushwacker flat flares cover the inner wheel well sheet metal of your Jeep and deflects mud and road debris to the outside. You won’t have so much gunky build up underneath your Jeep, which is always a good thing.

Another thing Bushwacker does is includes all new hardware for the installation.

Other companies want you to use your existing hardware. That’s hard to do if your existing hardware is rusted or missing. Bushwacker wants you to have a fully operational Jeep fender flare the day you get them in your hands without spending time shopping for nuts and bolts.

Jeep Flat Flare Side Marker Lights

Another cool thing on these Jeep flares is the side marker light.

The side marker light on the Bushwacker flat fender flares is an integrated and sealed six diode LED marker light. It’s got a 100,000 hour lifespan. You get all needed wires and connectors with your flare so it’s easy to install. The light is recessed in the flare so you won’t just be ripped off when the trail gets tough.

Why choose Bushwacker flat fender flares for your Jeep?

Because they work better than you’d expect and they outperform other Jeep fender flares every time.

Let us know what you think of Bushwacker flat flares if you’ve ever had them on your Jeep. We’d love to hear your experience. If you're interested in buying a set of Bushwacker flares for your Jeep, gives us a call, check out the site or come by one of our Kansas City stores and see them for yourself.